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now want to bring in two people who are surely at odds in all this. p.j. crowley former assistant secretary of state for secretary clinton and dana loesch kee, host of the dana show. let me start with you. p.j. crowley. i'm getting a little weary, with the relentless attacks first on susan rice and then on hillary clinton. there's a whisper of misogyny to it i think, and it's getting pretty, i think, incestuous and very washington-orientated rather than in the national interests of america. what do you think? >> well, i think there are legitimate questions that still need to be answered. and as hillary clinton said today, the fbi is still working on the investigation. director mueller was in both libya and tunisia recently. i get disappointed when people give half of the story. the senator just said, you know, while this guy's been released. but as hillary clinton said today, yes, but he's under constant surveillance within tunisia, they're following the rule of law, and as more evidence becomes available they're fully prepared to act on him again. so i think, you know, as hillary
to intelligence and i don't remember people demanding they get fired or anyone losing their jobs over it. p.j. crawley, do you believe that at any stage either susan rice or hillary clinton has deliberately lied or deliberately misled the american people? >> i think it's a serious charge and a false charge. for americans died in benghazi. we need to understand what happened there. i think it's important to put this in context. after 9/11 we declared war on al qaeda and that conflict is still going on. you have to put what happened in benghazi and what's happening in algeria in the broader struggle context that started in afghanistan and spread to iraq and is in yemen and pakistan and other places. we tend to understand that when soldiers go to war, they die in service to our country and we're grateful that they do that. once the conflict ends, we're left with fragile states with challenging situations and poor, weak governments and that's the construct that chris stevens willingly walked into because he understood that as we see a libya or egypt or tunisia or yemen move forward, the united st
now from washington is p.j. crowley. he's former director of public affairs, and he served during the clinton administration. p.j. welcome inside "the war room"." >> a pleasure, governor. >> jennifer: so, how do you think kerry did? >> i think he did fine. he's going to be a fine secretary of state as you said, and obviously some in the senate foreign relations committee were responsible for the president choosing john kerry instead of susan rice. i think he's going to be fine. >> jennifer: i agree. on the substance of things with the notice that came out from north korea, what do you think? how much of a threat is north korea, and do you think john kerry might be more aggressive than hillary clinton was with them? >> well, obviously foreign policy will be established at the white house, and then john kerry will be the face and chief executor of the president's foreign policy. north korea is one that has been on the list for some time and perhaps will step up a little bit in terms of urgency but we've been down this road before with north korea. you sit down to play poker with the
washington to discuss benghazi and beyond, former assistant secretary of state, p.j. crowley. p.j., i will tell you, i began the day saying i was interested in the hearings, but did not know they would turn into must-see tv, which they certainly did around 10:00 this morning. i wonder what your thoughts were in particular between republicans in the senate and hillary clinton. >> well, i'm particularly struck by rand paul's, yeah, suggesting that the secretary of state, secretary of defense, president of the united states, will know every single detail of every dangerous situation that's going on within a broad and complex government. i know he's run a health clinic before, but, obviously, he hasn't run a multifaceted global organization. >> karen, you worked for hillary clinton. she was nothing, if not, defiant this morning. how -- what was your read on her pushback, what difference does it make as far as the sort of tick tock on when the administration admitted there were protests or no protests. >> what struck me was that when she testified on health care when she was first lady, it
stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> in thailand, no need to get out of your p.j.s for this competition. the annual bed race has locals and tourists alike dressing up with their decorated beds on wheels. the tradition began five years ago with participants racing hospital beds for charity. it's evolved to more complicated designs with creative flair. the winning team with the shortest race time took home the trophy. no sleeping when you do this one. >> you would be the sleeping participant. >>> who says carnivale season is only for humans? dogs took to the street taking over the city's famed french quarter. covered with beads, some of the festivities helped raise money for animal adoption agencies. celebrations will continue nearly every day until mardi gras happens on february 14. we're close. hard to believe. >> a narrow escape for one motorcycle rider in china after a truck comes to a crashing halt. the motorcycle rider was waiting at a light last week when a truck overturned at the intersection. that's scary. the biker quickly reacted. thankfully nobody was in
of his cities through the crisis. from the courageous city of chrisfield, mayor p.j. pernell. mayor. [ applause ] my fellow marylanders, the story of dr. gates, the story of janice and melissa, the stories of tribal chair seboy and the entire piscataway people, the story of chrisfield and mayor pernell, the sacrifices of our fallen heroes, these are our stories. stories of courage. stories of perserverance. it is a tremendous honor to serve the people of maryland with all of you. faced with the adversity of the national recession, the people of our state did not make excuses. instead, they started businesses. they enrolled in night school. they made difficult decisions around the kitchen table about how do more for their children. they volunteered through churches and synagogues and mosques. they pulled their neighbors through hurricane sandy and the heavy blizzard that struck garrett county. what we have experienced together over these last several years, what we have shared with one another was not denial and it was not fear. nor was it mer
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to chuck oysters. >> reporter: allison, the owner of p&j oyster house. you dumped them out. what makes your ois turs so -- oysters so good? >> it's the growing area in which these oysters come from. we're blessed to have oysters in the gulf states that are salty and fat like these. like my son's shucking right here of the we're blessed with this mississippi river and the sweetwaters of the gulf. >> reporter: and business is sweet again after mother nature dealt them a terrible blow. >> we do still have a business and we're succeeding. and with the help of mother nature, we'll get back to where we were previous to that oil disaster. >> reporter: al says i can learn how to do it. if i can eat it, i can open one. and i love to eat them. here's my name. where do we start? >> at the hinge right here. >> reporter: there's the hinge. is that good? >> yeah, that was good. and then you kind of scrape the bottom there. >> reporter: it's good to eat? >> it's beautiful. >> reporter: good and salty. i love it. >> there's nowhere that you're going to have as many great oyster dishes as the oyster capital
for america. here is an idea new year's day in your p.j.'s, for the ninth year in a boroughroeper de hosted a great way to begin 2013. i'm excited for 2013 i know it's going to be full of miracles and blessings. i'm going to try to savor every moment with my girl. a lot of positive energy this new year's day making new year's day resolutions. higher fees especially when it comes to transportation. when most of oz part using these meters bases we use a credit card because who was going to carry our round $6.50 in quarters. that's what it's going to cost for just one hour in the loop chicago now has the most expensive meter parking in the country. if you park on the streets of chicago keep punching. it will now cost 75¢ more an hour to park in the loop which comes to $6.50. who is going to pay that money? for the rest of chicago rates are just $2 an hour. of course these rate hikes are all part of the deal that the city made when it leased its readers to chicago parking meters el al c.llc, a decision that still makes many chicago and scratched their head. if you are trying to avoid paying mo
inspiring pranks that people do. camera candid was doing it in the 1940s. p.j. barnum with an awful lot of pranks. >> jennifer: i give you that. he may be a huge victim victim of a huge prank. two days after the hoax was exposed. listen to what he said. >> since i got hit with cancer i don't like cancer. i lost my grandparents and my girlfriend to cancer. i try to go to children's hospitals and see the children. >> jennifer: okay, he talks about, of course, how moved he is by cancer. seems like a really nice young man. i under that he's a faithful mormon. he meets allegedly this person online. because you're in 2013 the fact that he wouldn't have had a conversation with her through skype, that he wouldn't have had any face-to-face interaction with this "givegirlfriend" that he felt so strongly about? come on, was he in on this hoax or not. >> i agree with you. there are so many holes in this story that you could drive massive fleets of trucks through. but once again. let's assume that it's somebody who is perpetrateed a bunch of lies for his own best interest. again should we be surpris
nature of where we are. >> p.j. o'rourke in one of his books has a passage where he says, the democrats are the party of santa claus. santa claus is a wonderful, jolly guy in a red suit who loves everyone and gives everybody presents. he gives you exactly what you want. all you have to do is ask. the republicans are the party of god. god is kind of a stern fellow. he demands good behavior. he has been known to punish people for not doing what they are supposed to do. it is hard to get into his celestial country club. in every way, santa claus is superior to god. except, there is no such thing as santa claus. [laughter][applause]x if my children are watching, she is kidding. they better not be watching. >> if your kids are watching c- span at 10:15 at night, -- >> let me say something about messaging and the economy. it is true -- if we look at things in a linear fashion, which i believe is what happened this time. exhibit a, obama is upside down in his approval ratings on every economic usher. it is accepted wisdom that he had a negative job approval on handling the economy, taxes, une
. >>> o. >>> you may want extra p.j.s on tonight to keep it indoors. it is going to be cool. >> oh yeah. make it cashmere, right? >> yeah. >> meteorologist doug kammerer is here with a look at some of the cold days and nights ahead. >> yeah. i think tomorrow night is probably going to be the coldest night we are going to see that we have seen. so far this winter. you know we have cold air coming in. 44 degrees now. that's not cold. that's actually still right around or a little bit above average important this time of year. winds out of the north at 5 miles per hour. giving us a bit of a chill. 39 in gaithersburg. 42 in college park. right now 39 in manassas. once again, not bad out there on our january 1, 2013 coming in on a good note. we saw a lot of cloud cover but no rain or snow. that stayed well down to our south. rain right now into the carolinas and southern portions of virginia and that's about it. most of this precipitation just not hitting the ground. take a look at the low temperatures tonight. going to start to get cold tonight. 30 degrees in washington. 25 in gaithersburg.
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. i think it is one we will be forced into by the very nature of where we are. >> p.j. o'rourke in one of his books has a passage where he says, the democrats are the party of santa claus. santa claus is a wonderful, jolly guy in a red suit who loves everyone and gives everybody presents. he gives you exactly what you want. all you have to do is ask. the republicans are the party of god. god is kind of a stern fellow. he demands good behavior. he has been known to punish people for not doing what they are supposed to do. it is hard to get into his celestial country club. in every way, santa claus is superior to god. except, there is no such thing as santa claus. [laughter] [applause] x if my children are watching, she is kidding. they better not be watching. >> if your kids are watching c- span at 10:15 at night, -- >> let me say something about messaging and the economy. it is true -- if we look at things in a linear fashion, which i believe is what happened this time. exhibit a, obama is upside down in his approval ratings on every economic usher. it is accepted wisdom that he had a
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most of these people in the room, charlie allen, stuart baker, richard, jim, p.j. crowley, steve hadley, and i don't think walter isakson is here. brian michael jenkins, names you all know. phil mudd, eric olson, dan, guy swan, evan wolf, it's an amazing list. you know, it is a tribute to you, my friend, because all these people care about homeland security and value the opportunity to help advise. that's great. questions? right here. red jacket. please identify yourself. >> hi, rachel oswald, global security news wire. secretary, can you tell us how close your department is to meeting congress' mandate that 100% of foreign cargo be scanned when it comes into the country? you're operating under extension due up, i believe, to close in summer 2014, and, also, could you tell us about any projects at the dndo office is working on? any new nuclear technology? >> i looked into the issue thoroughly, as did my predecessor, secretary chertoff. it's one of those things as we learn to manage risk, mandates like that sound good, but in point of fact, are extrouter their -- extraordinarily expensiv
and night to help the families in the cities through the crisis -. mayor p.j. maoyyor? [applause] my fellow marylanders, the story of dr. gates, the story of janice and melissa, the people, the mayor, the sacrifice of our fallen heroes, these are our stories, the stories of courage and her samaritans. it is a tremendous honor to serve the people of maryland with all of you. faced with adversity of the national recession, the people of our state did not make excuses. instead they started businesses. they enrolled in night school and made difficult decisions around the kitchen table about how to do more for their children. they volunteered at churches, synagogues, mosques. they pulled their neighbors. what we have experienced together over these last several years, what we have shared with one another was not in denial or fear, nor was it merely hope. it was belief. it was belief in the dignity of every individual. are believed to advance the common good and the understanding that we are -- our believed to advance the common good and the understanding that we are in this together. progress is
's news conference and american's future in afghanistan, let's go to two of my distinguished guests p.j. callly, profession at george washington university, and one time assistant for national security affairs for president clinton and steve clemons is editor at large at the atlantic, and senior fellow and founder of the new america foundation america strategy program and author of "the washington note." >> welcome. >> it's my view that the afghan war is like the reality show that has been on forever. nobody watches it, nobody likes it, it worsts way too much and yet it's renewed every year. were you surprised? >> no, i wasn't. both sides got something of meaning. for president karzai, he gets a return to sovereignty and a pledge that u.s. force also leave afghan villages sooner rather than later. that's important to the afghan people. the president got something important on the backside. towards the end of the press conference all the pieces required to have a follow-on force are there. an arrangement on immunity of crops thattroops that commit to sovereignty and continue to support a
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